The Disappearing Hearing Aid Volume Control

First Rule of Thumb A patient will prefer the hearing aid that provides amplification at the level they desire. This is axiomatic regardless of any acoustic frequency response modifications that might be available.   This hearing aid user listening level acceptance may or may not be the level that the fitter or programming formula designates.…

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Audiologists in Manufacturing – Part III Terry Griffing

This is a third part of the history of audiology pioneers in hearing aid manufacturing and features recollections by Terry Griffing, one of the pioneers.  The first two parts featured history as recalled by Robert Briskey and Richard Scott.   Terry Griffing I started my career as a clinical audiologist at the Mayo Clinic at…

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